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33-2101 - Application; duration of stay; exclusions; notice and pleading requirements
33-2101. Application; duration of stay; exclusions; notice and pleading requirements
A. This chapter applies to, regulates and determines rights, obligations and remedies for a recreational vehicle space that is rented in a recreational vehicle park or mobile home park by the same tenant under a rental agreement for more than one hundred eighty consecutive days. For a park model or park trailer that is located in a recreational vehicle park or mobile home park, this chapter applies if the space is rented by the same tenant for more than one hundred eighty consecutive days without regard to whether a rental agreement is executed.
B. This chapter does not apply to mobile homes, manufactured homes and factory-built buildings or to a property with one or two recreational vehicle rental spaces.
C. Notwithstanding any other law, an agency of this state and an individual court may not adopt or enforce a rule or policy that requires a mandatory or technical form for providing notice or for pleadings in an action for forcible entry or forcible or special detainer. The form of any notice or pleading that meets statutory requirements for content and formatting of a notice or pleading is sufficient to provide notice and to pursue an action for forcible entry or forcible or special detainer.